And Now For Something Completely Steamy

That Little Voice Within

From time to time, I have discussions with that little voice within. Sometimes he can be very insightful and other times he can be a real pain. In this instance he was both.

I was in the shower, minding my own business when he started in on me.

Voice: Why don’t you write an article about “Ten Things to Do While Waiting for the Conditioner to Soak In”?

Me: Are you nuts?

Voice: No, just think about it. There has to be a better way to spend that time, than just waiting!

Me: Well you do have a point there. What were you thinking about?

Voice: OK, Get this; number one is, check out the ceiling.

Me: What?

Voice: Take the time to see if there are any wet spots, so you can see a problem before it happens.

Me: I guess that might work.

Voice: OK, Einstein, you come up with something!

Me: Alright I will. Hey how about a water-proof phone? You know how it never rings until you get into the shower. Well, now that problem will be solved.

Voice: I like it! You could have a combination radio shower and phone.

Me: Now you’re talkin’!

Voice: You see, you can use that, “conditioner time” to brainstorm for new ideas.

Me: Sounds good, but we still need nine more to complete the article.

Voice: Hey, I can’t do it all.

Me: Now don’t you start with me. Whose idea was this anyway?

Voice: I don’t have to take this. I’ll just go back into that empty head of yours and listen to my voice echo!

Me: That is NOT COOL!  NOT COOL!

And as we leave these two to finish up their differences, we slowly sink into the humidity. This has been “And Now for Something Completely Steamy”, brought to you by those empty moments that we spend in the shower.


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Ghost Whisper 77 6 years ago from The U.S. Government protects Nazi War Criminals

You can always shave your legs while you are waiting...heheheh


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gf899 6 years ago from Central Florida Author

I must admit that never crossed my mind! :)

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